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Despite Crisis, Do Countries Benefit From Eurozone?

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For the last couple of years there has been nothing but frustration for the European countries that use the euro. Josef Joffe, editor of the German newspaper Die Zeit, tells David Greene that debt-ridden countries like Greece 'can't be on the dole forever."
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